Outlook macros have vanished

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chriswg@gmail.com

Hi

About 6 months ago I set up a Macro in Outlook 2003 as follows:

Sub ReplyWithTemplate(Item As Outlook.MailItem)

Dim olkReply As Outlook.MailItem, _

olkTemplate As Outlook.MailItem

Set olkReply = Item.reply

Set olkTemplate = Application.CreateItemFromTemplate("C:\Documents and

Settings\Chris\Application Data\Microsoft\Templates\Feedback.oft")

olkTemplate.Recipients.Add olkReply.Recipients.Item(1).Address

olkTemplate.Recipients.ResolveAll

olkTemplate.Send

Set olkReply = Nothing

Set olkTemplate = Nothing

End Sub

All I wanted to do was to be able to send a standard email back to

every candidate that sent me their CV.

This worked fine for a few days and then I stopped using it as we

weren't so busy. Last week I have tried to turn the Outlook rule back

on and the Macro has vanished. Worse than that, when I open VBA Editor

re-create the Macro it just said No Projects and everything was greyed

out.

I had been holding out on upgrading to Office 2007 for a while but I

decided this was finally the best time so this morning my package

arrived and I went through the upgrade procedure. Unfortunately, its

still the same problem, although I can now get a Project 1 tree of

Project1 (Vbaproject.OTM) / Microsoft Office Outlook Objects /

ThisOutlookSession. I can even 'Insert' a Module1 but after pasting in

the macro above, saving, then returning to Outlook I click Tools/Macro/

Macros and the list is blank.

Any help would be very much appreciated, I have spent most of today

digging around websites trying to find the answers but so far nothing.

I know the VBA Addin is enabled, and I know the Macro security is set

to Medium/Low so those aren't the culprits. Also, I put the code on a

friends machine too and his has stopped running now too.

Many thanks

Chris
 

Michael Bauer

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That's a script that can be called by a rule; you won't find it under

tools/macro.

Best regards

Michael Bauer

Am Tue, 7 Apr 2009 09:01:56 -0700 (PDT) schrieb chriswg@gmail.com:


> Hi

> About 6 months ago I set up a Macro in Outlook 2003 as follows:

> Sub ReplyWithTemplate(Item As Outlook.MailItem)
> Dim olkReply As Outlook.MailItem, _
> olkTemplate As Outlook.MailItem
> Set olkReply = Item.reply
> Set olkTemplate = Application.CreateItemFromTemplate("C:\Documents and
> Settings\Chris\Application Data\Microsoft\Templates\Feedback.oft")
> olkTemplate.Recipients.Add olkReply.Recipients.Item(1).Address
> olkTemplate.Recipients.ResolveAll
> olkTemplate.Send
> Set olkReply = Nothing
> Set olkTemplate = Nothing
> End Sub

> All I wanted to do was to be able to send a standard email back to
> every candidate that sent me their CV.

> This worked fine for a few days and then I stopped using it as we
> weren't so busy. Last week I have tried to turn the Outlook rule back
> on and the Macro has vanished. Worse than that, when I open VBA Editor
> re-create the Macro it just said No Projects and everything was greyed
> out.

> I had been holding out on upgrading to Office 2007 for a while but I
> decided this was finally the best time so this morning my package
> arrived and I went through the upgrade procedure. Unfortunately, its
> still the same problem, although I can now get a Project 1 tree of
> Project1 (Vbaproject.OTM) / Microsoft Office Outlook Objects /
> ThisOutlookSession. I can even 'Insert' a Module1 but after pasting in
> the macro above, saving, then returning to Outlook I click Tools/Macro/
> Macros and the list is blank.

> Any help would be very much appreciated, I have spent most of today
> digging around websites trying to find the answers but so far nothing.
> I know the VBA Addin is enabled, and I know the Macro security is set
> to Medium/Low so those aren't the culprits. Also, I put the code on a
> friends machine too and his has stopped running now too.

> Many thanks
> Chris
 

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